Sammy is excited about taking Julia to his favourite campsite. There's just one problem ...

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although a lot of people like camping, I prefer to have a comfortable trip , so I'd like to stay in a hotel and travel by plane, to be honest I find the hotels more convenient than campsites. but this should be considered that more money should be spent on hotels.

Well I am from the country, and the life there is more delicious, even I live in the city, there are moments I miss my homeland.

I love camping because you can be surrounded by nature. Obviously, you don't have lots of comforts but for me doesn't matter. then usually, when I travel or I'm on holiday I like to book a hostel, it could be better than a hotel because you can meet foreign people and chat with them otherwise you'll be alone in a single room without chatting to anyone. Personally, I prefer hostel but sometimes hotel it's a good idea as well.

i dont like campsite, i 'm as julia. i like a comfort in the hotel durant my holidays. Even if there is the campsite four star.

Hello guys, Yes I like camping, but When I go in holidays, I like to stay and sleep in the hotel room, because I like it. thank you

I like travelling, I really enjoy. I prefer to stay in an hotel where there is all facilities and security.

what is the difference between are not and aren't? why show answer wrong?

Hello Rizwan Ali,

Are you speaking about Task 6 sentence 4? You're right -- both 'are not' and 'aren't' are correct in the last gap.

I've just fixed this, though it may take a few hours for the change to appear on the internet.

I apologise if this confused you and thank you for taking the time to tell us about this!

All the best,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Dear Kirk.
Is there any options seeing our progress?
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Hello Neritan SHEHU,

Progress is not measured on the site, I'm afraid, though you can take similar tasks more than once to see if you are improving your scores, of course.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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